top of page






This still composition from Snow Yunxue Fu results from a process of 3D imaging. The piece presents an ensemble of viscous material. Oranges, pinks and greens give volume and dimensionality to the representation. Meanwhile, elements at the centre of the image bear some mineral textures reminiscent of caves. Abstraction here comes from a lack of contextualisation. When isolated, the picture looks informal and non-representational. But the work comes from the artist’s video Karst, a multi-level virtual reality artwork, taking from natural formations to represent a liminal space. In this image, we see a move from the multi-dimensional to the limited, and from reality to the abstract.

Other Artworks


Abstract Art in the Age of New Media

Abstract Art in the Age of New Media is a virtual group show curated by Serena Tabacchi and Marie Chatel featuring works by Banz & Bowinkel, Gibson / Martelli, Joanne Hastie, Harrison, Willmott, Aaron Scheer, Alex Reben, Arnaud Laffond, Chris Dorland, Casey Reas, Darcy Gerbarg, Brendan Dawes, Kjetil Golid, Mathieu Merlet Briand, Maurice Benayoun, Mario Klingemann, Shohei Fujimoto, Yoshi Sodeoka, Sara Ludy, Snow Yunxue Fu, Markos Kay, Damjanksi, David Young, Gordon Berger, Bård Ionson, Manfred Mohr, Robbie Barrat.

Abstract Art in the Age of New Media


Support digital art & MoCDA

Your support is vital and helps the Museum to share the collection with the world.

Sign up to our Newsletter

Hear about activities, events and exhibitions from MoCDA. 

The Foundry

bottom of page